Three intense days of shows in Milan to discover the latest masculine trends for next winter. Let’s go back to the most remarkable shows plus the fashion highlights. Sportswear in pole position! The Italian designers have given the word: a desire of protective clothing, with a domination of outerwear and functional clothing. Whilst Ermenegildo Zegna is known for savoir faire with suits, the label with Alessandro Sartori chose less formal fashion, consisting of silhouettes destined to combat the wintry weather. Miuccia Prada always unexpected with her avant-gardist approach, also focused on sportswear proportions, notably reinterpreting her favourite fabric, nylon, to create an understated and relaxed look with wide soled shoes, another big trend of the season. Fendi, is on trend with a wardrobe designed more for travelling than for the office. As always, a touch of humor, with this season the drawings and patchwork created in collaboration with the artist Hey Reilly. Here also pieces to protect against rain and a mix of materials for reinvented basics. Even at Armani, streetwear has the upper hand, again worked with suppleness in the shapes. Dsquared2 no longer presents twice a year, having decided to have a single show combining men’s and womenswear. A good occasion to see Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner open and close the show with sex-appeal. With absences in the calendar and therefore fewer shows, certain brands play their cards right as is the case for the young and on trend label Sunnei, with a wardrobe that combines sport with a contemporary spirit. The young generation is also the obsession of Dolce & Gabbana, who always attract with opulent, rich and exuberant fashion, worn and designed for millenials. As for Moschino, its SM show, a provocative touch, mixing men and women, keeping spectators on tenterhooks until the end! Music royalty free Bandit & Nikit
Milan Menswear: Three intense days of shows and sportswear in pole position!
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